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Numerical Simulations of Destructive Tests of Cast Iron Columns Strengthened with a CFRP Coating
In many cases, there is a need to reinforce the existing, sometimes very old, cast iron columns. The paper describes a proposed and completed reinforcement procedure using an external, thin coating (sleeve or jacket) made of composite (carbon fiber reinforced polymer—CFRP). The strengthening effect was verified in destructive tests performed on two original columns (without reinforcement) and two other, identical columns strengthened by means of the proposed technique. Due to the expected verydoi:10.3390/ma13204608 pmid:33081257 fatcat:2ow7jqwszvbenfkwkco5572j6q